8. Intelligent diagnostics, technologies for anticipating life

Healthcare systems will undergo a huge transformation as the confluence of digital technologies, genetics and photonics enables earlier diagnosis of diseases and even real-time monitoring of people's condition.

In medicine, accurate and accurate diagnoses are often the most important thing. A good diagnosis plays a fundamental role in the survival and quality of life of patients. Recently, thanks to advances in such disparate fields as genetics, photonics and artificial intelligencenew technologies have emerged as a result of intelligent diagnosisThe new technology: revolutionary tools that combine data collection and analysis with advances such as machine learning to substantially improve the accuracy and speed of medical diagnostics.

New diagnostic technologies make it possible to identify patterns, perform image and clinical data analysis, and provide fast, accurate and personalised recommendations to healthcare professionals.

Combination of technologies

In addition to the algorithmsnew disease diagnostic tools are being developed based on the combination of detection technologies with medical devicesThe new technologies include smart lollipops to detect diseases from saliva samples and scalpels that can identify tumour cells in tissue samples.

For the time being, all these tools seem to have a very positive impact on patient survival, especially because they early and accurate detection of serious diseases such as cancer, heart disease and neurological disorders can be crucial for healing.

One of the great contributions of the digitisationThe aim of this new approach, leveraging on AI and reinforced by advances in life sciences, will therefore be to enable new intelligent diagnostic solutions that enable rationalising health care costs and improve people's well-being.

The changes in the habits of health usersThe growing availability of data in real time, thanks to the spread of mobile phones, and the increasing willingness to take advantage of the possibilities of delocalised care in health centres, and the growing availability of real-time data, have led to an increase in the number of people with disabilities in the health sector. wearable solutions and improvements in connectivityThe new programmes provide enormous possibilities for Spain to speak with its own voice in an area in which it is a world leader.